How to Deal with Writer’s Block

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I’ve heard some authors argue that writer’s block isn’t real, that it’s only an excuse to avoid sitting your butt in a chair and getting to work. While I politely disagree, I do believe they’re onto something.

In my opinion, writer’s block is not a cause, but often a symptom of something much bigger going on.

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New Book: Your Questions Answered

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Last year, after getting dropped by my publisher, I struggled with writing for a while. Now, I’m finally back at it with the first book I’ve written since GAUNTLET, the sequel to my debut ARENA. This new book is set in a completely different universe than my ARENA series, and now that I can see the end of this book in sight, I thought I’d let some of my readers ask what they want to know most about it.

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4 Things I Wish I Had Known as a Debut Author

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Back in 2016, when I was a debut author, I felt like a fish on dry land. I was flopping around and getting some attention, but I was completely out of my element.

There are tons of resources, writer’s groups, and blog posts for newer writers trying to break into publishing, helping them hone their craft, query letters, and book proposals. However, there seems to be a drastic difference in the amount of information available about what comes next. Continue reading